As vaccines rollout and people begin vacationing again, places like Central Florida are seeing a spike in visitors.
Disney World has seen an increase in crowds in recent months following their reopeing in July 2020. Walt Disney World is currently operating at less than 50% capacity, right around 35% in fact but that doesn’t mean the lines don’t seem long and the streets don’t feel crowded. As spring break nears, people and families from across the country are heading to Central Florida and to their theme parks.
In fact, beginning the second weekend of March, very few theme park reservations remain for any Walt Disney World parks. Disney’s Hollywood Studios, home to Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge and Toy Story Land are completely sold out through the end of March at this time.
If you plan on visiting Walt Disney World this month or even this year be sure to plan ahead. Book your tickets early and also book your theme park reservations as early as possible.
Theme park reservations can be made as far out as 2023 at this time and some dates for 2021 that are months out are already sold out at current capacity. Beginning of October 2021, when the 50th anniversary festivities begin is alsready sold out for Magic Kingdom.
Physical distancing remains in place and will continue to be. Masks are and will be required likely through the end of the year and the parks will likely operate at limited capacity for the remainder of the year as well.